If that happens to your employees or customers, the quality of your ropes and harnesses could mean the difference between life and death.
And it’s vital to make sure inspections are adhered to and records are easy to find in the event of an incident, which you can do with Papertrail.
Papertrail enables you and your team to meet standards for UK Lifting Operations Lifting Equipment Regulations (LOLER), Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations and other legal inspection requirements and standards.
Make sure you are not using faulty or out-of-date PPE. Extend the lifetime of PPE equipment by ensuring it is reviewed and repaired periodically.
"We have a zero-harm policy, which is passed onto our employees and technicians alike. Papertrail has been a revolutionary system for OPS with regards to control of our personal protective equipment."
Lee Bolton, Rope Access Manager
Offshore Painting Services
When it comes to safety, don’t leave your staff and customers hanging. For basic PPE management or for global teams, rest assured your legal requirements are met and you are accessing the most up to date and relevant inspection history, checklists and reports.
Implementing Papertrail does not require any additional hardware and the system’s simplicity translates into more profitable operations. You can access the data you need at any time, from the cloud. Papertrail has access to PPE Manufacturer checklists and works with any safety equipment.
Papertrail are partnered with leading PPE PPE Manufacturers. This enables you to buy new equipment, Scan it, and instantly add to your PPE Inventory in a few clicks. No more, manual data entry or mistakes.
Features to make PPE management work for you
Maintenance of personal protective equipment In order to ensure safety equipment stays in working condition to keep equipment users safe PUWER requires it to be ‘maintained in an efficient state, in efficient order and in good repair’. The frequency of inspection and how you should maintain equipment is defined after taking full account of the […]…
As an equipment manager, you are responsible for the health and safety of your business. Health and safety laws such as The Work at Height Regulations 2005 require employers and those in authority of any work at height activity to ensure that the work is properly planned, well supervised and carried out by competent people […]…
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